POLINT — The End of Donald Trump? [UPDATE — March 13 2019]

“Only two presidents in US history have been impeached – Andrew Johnson in 1867 and Bill Clinton in 1998, with both motions having subsequently been voted down in subsequent Senate votes. With a current Republican majority in the Senate, few political commentators expect a successful impeachment of Donald Trump at any stage.”

 Malachy Caldwell — Odds Digest (January 21 2019)

“But I will tell you a secret. The DGSE produced a note dated December 2015. The title of the note is: US Presidential Election : Victory of Mr Trump. What are the consequences? ”

Bernard Bajolet — Director General for External Security (DGSE)

“Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future. ”

Niels Bohr – Physics Nobel Prize 1922

January 23 2019 — With a new Congress in office and the Mueller inquiry closing in, the talks of impeachment are in the air. Donald Trump’s days as POTUS may be numbered. Intel Today would like to know what you think? Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today

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UPDATE (March 13 2019) — Obviously, not everyone believes that the US House of Representatives will approve — or pass — one or more articles of impeachment of President Trump.

On Monday (March 11 2019), House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stated that she is not in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump, breaking from other Democrats who are eager to exercise their constitutional power to oust the president from office.

“I’m not for impeachment,” Pelosi, D-Calif., said.

“This is news. I’m going to give you some news right now because I haven’t said this to any press person before.”

Following the news conference, Trump’s impeachment odds quickly dropped on heavy volume. Since January 17 2019, the odds have dropped from 54 to 35 currently.


Following Buzzfeed’s publication on Thursday 17 January of an article which claimed that Donald Trump had instructed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the US president’s business ties with Russia, odds markets went into over-drive on a Trump impeachment going into the weekend.

Wisdom-of-the-Crowds platform PredictIt saw shares in the outcome being traded at 54c [corresponding to an implied probability of 54%] – a record high for the market, having climbed from 48c only a few hours earlier.

However, in an unusual step, Robert Mueller’s office swiftly issued a public statement denying Buzzfeed’s claims – the first such statement coming from Mueller as part of his ongoing investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential elections.

With a 30-day rolling average currently hovering at around 50c, most analysts have essentially been interpreting longer-term market sentiment as an effective coin toss on an impeachment outcome.


What do you think?

Do you believe that the U.S. House of Representatives will approve or pass one or more articles of impeachment of President Trump?

Please, understand that the question is not about trial or conviction by the U.S. Senate and removal from office.


The end of Trump? [The Fifth Estate]


Mueller’s Unprecedented Denial Sees Nosedive in Trump Impeachment Odds — Odds Digest

Will Donald Trump be impeached in his first term? — Predictit


Political Intelligence — The End of Donald Trump?  [Poll]

POLINT — The End of Donald Trump? [Poll — March 2019]

POLINT — The End of Donald Trump? [UPDATE — March 13 2019]

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2 Responses to POLINT — The End of Donald Trump? [UPDATE — March 13 2019]

  1. As I think I’ve said before, I don’t know whether the House of Representatives will impeach Trump, but I don’t see how the Republican controlled Senate would convict him, since the Republicans as a whole have shown no ability to stand up to Trump’s atrocities. As an aside, the quote about predicting the future from Neils Bohr sounds like one from Yogi Berra (maybe that’s where Yogi got it).


    • L says:

      A wise guy once said: “It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future.” The remark has been attributed to Niels Bohr, Goldwyn, Robert Storm Petersen, and Yogi Berra. But it seems it originates from a debate in the Danish parliament in 1937/1938.


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